2023 will be full of new tech advances, including artificial intelligence (AI), electric vehicles (EVs), and a plethora of delivery robots.
- Last year was a big year for technology, but 2023 is expected to push boundaries and exceed in the tech market, according to Axios What’s Next team.
- Many tech advancements are being predicted for this year, some expected and some not so much.
- Tech being expected this year, according to Axios…
- Highly intelligent AI platforms
- Mainstream EVs
- Delivery robots
- Employees ruling
- Beauty tech advancements
Why it’s news
This is expected to be a year full of tech advancements, with many changes coming to the market.
One big prediction is a push for artificial intelligence. AI platforms have been buzzing this year, pushing boundaries for the technology, and predictions for 2023 say that more AI platforms will emerge that will be even better at mimicking human art and behavior.
Some people are concerned about the over usage of AI intelligence because it is in no way perfect and could lead to confusion in the future.
Another prediction is that EVs will become mainstream, and there will be a vehicle to fit most lifestyles and budgets. A few factors holding EVs back from becoming more widely accepted were the small number of chargers and the high price of the vehicles.
Now a nationwide map of chargers is being implemented in the U.S., and American production is being boosted it will allow the vehicles to be cheaper and more accessible, leading more people to make the switch to battery-powered cars in 2023.
Delivery robots will be at the forefront of 2023, with more businesses predicted to enter the space. Amazon has been working diligently to perfect its drone delivery service, and the robots have begun taking flight, it is expected more companies will follow suit.
This year is also expected to favor employees. Many employees have been fighting for better pay and working conditions, and it is expended that employers will finally rule in their favor.
In the last few years, workers who are unsatisfied with their workplace quit instead of being miserable, causing mass quitting sprees leading to workplaces attempting to make a better environment and listen to their employees.
The last 2023 prediction is a boom in beauty technology. The beauty industry has been buzzing with expensive skincare products and hair styling tools, and now many beauty companies are spending millions trying to make the next big thing.
It is expected that the beauty industry will take off in 2023 will a big group of new tech products.